The Art Institute Online & Alienware challenges you to bring forth your single most striking, awe inspiring and breathtaking original game art. We want you to blow our minds and show us why a picture is worth a thousand words in our Concept Art Competition.

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Battle for the Pacific
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Karste1n
Karste1n Dec 18 2007, 1:58pm says:

Nice colors!

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Nuka5
Nuka5 Dec 24 2007, 5:41pm says:

this is sick

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Cheapo713
Cheapo713 Dec 26 2007, 9:48am says:

Amazing artwork, very nicely chosen perspective. Glad you went with 2 jets rather than one.

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grinder71518
grinder71518 Dec 26 2007, 12:28pm says:

Damn I like Those Fighter Jets

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CSSourcedude
CSSourcedude Dec 27 2007, 6:00pm says:

But how do they land?
Nice artwork for sure.

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Ehlek
Ehlek Jan 18 2008, 2:05pm says:

I really like this one!

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Harimau
Harimau Feb 5 2008, 11:30am says:

great use of colour

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DamageINC
DamageINC Feb 14 2008, 11:05pm says:

hey thanks for the comments they are really appreciated! Just for a little info on the painting the background was painted first then i rendered the carrier and aircraft in maya giving me the basic shapes to work off of. I then detailed them in photoshop, however i wish i had noticed the duplicate brush marks from the smoke texture in my opinion that really hampered my image but i didn't catch them until after i submitted it.

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ChadaFACE
ChadaFACE Nov 22 2008, 3:28pm says:

Boeing X-36s Flyiing over the burning USS America after Indian And Russian Navy ships had taken it down......

well thats just my Idea of what the Artist should use to describe the image :P

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Dec 17th, 2007
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